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3 Reasons Language is Difficult for Aspies

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3 Reasons Language is Difficult for Aspies Speaking to an Aspie or someone with autism can be more difficult you think! But there are reasons why language is difficult for Aspies as well as others with autism. As our brains are wired a little differently, we can often struggle to understand or process language in the same way or at the same speed.  Here’s some information and advice that can…
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Lying or misunderstood? Difficulties for those with Autism

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Lying or misunderstood? Difficulties for those with Autism Lying is not usually a trait associated with autism.  If anything, it’s usually the opposite. For those of us on the autistic spectrum, lying is very difficult as means being aware of your own body language and trying to make sure you don’t do anything that is suspicious. But trying to figure out what someone else would find suspicious is not easy…
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5 Tips For Teaching Noisy Pupils with Autism

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5 Tips For Teaching Noisy Pupils with Autism As a teacher, I know how hard it can be to teach noisy pupils. Not only do they tend to shout out answers and make loud contributions of their own but they can also distract other pupils within the mainstream classroom. And that’s before we even consider noisy stims… However, as a woman with Aspergers, I know how difficult it can be…
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